Basement leaks are a real headache. They are hard to clean up, can create expensive damage, and then you will still have to address the leak in the first place—after everything dries. But there are a few things that you can do to prevent basement leaks. In this blog, we will list for you our 3 best tips for preventing basement leaks.
Household leaks are one of the most dangerous challenges in a building especially during this period of COVID19.
A house leak can be a serious inconvenience to your home and family. Many leaks can be fixed easily and quickly before they result in a major calamity. Left unchecked, some leaks are disastrous and can not only damage your valuable property but also create an environment where mold can start to grow.
Summer is here, and with it come longer days and more time for activities, like inspecting your pipes for corrosion! Not what you had in mind? Putting it off can cost you even more in the long run, and if it does become necessary to perform repairs, why not take advantage of the fairest season to do so? Along with our mild seasons, Vancouver has naturally soft water. While it’s nice we don’t have to deal with clogged showerheads, soft water happens to be corrosive.
Whether you’re looking to find a specific problem or just doing a routine check-up, it’s good to know the most efficient way to find leaks in your shingle roof. This involves a bit of timing (or a hose), a flashlight, and access to the space directly underneath your roof.
When it comes to winter, most of us are worried about staying warm and dealing with any snowfall. While that undoubtedly plays an impact on our day-to-day lives, winter can have an even bigger impact on our homes.
It should be no surprise to you that it is cold in the winter. And, when you factor in the constant rain and potential snowfall, you are looking at a higher likelihood of leakage. With leaks occurring anywhere between your roof and the basement, it is important to know how to prevent
Believe it or not, sewage backups are a more common house problem than one might imagine. Anything from tree roots to excess rain, and especially plumbing failures can cause a sewage backup. And if homeowners are not on top of managing their sewer drainage, they will likely have to pay a lofty fee to fix the blockage.
To prevent your home and your sewage line from backing up and leading to flooding, we have prepared a simple guide to follow.
When your roof starts showing signs of a leak, it can be difficult to determine the scope of the damage. In some situations, replacing the roof might be the more appropriate option. But other times, a leak may require a simple repair job.
If you are finding it difficult to decide the best course of action, here are some of the reasons you would want to contact a professional for a potential roof replacement.
The first half of July brought some much needed rain with it, but it is now looking like summer has finally arrived in Vancouver. Summer time is the perfect time for roofing leak detection and roof repair in Vancouver. Find and fix those leaks before the fall rains return. Here are some things you should check this summer.
There's a lot that goes on behind the scenes in the walls and attic of your house. You have electrical wires, cables for your television, and many types of pipes for your plumbing. With so much going on, it can be difficult to make sure everything is working properly. Fortunately, your plumbing takes some of the mystery out of the process by giving you a signal when there is a problem. The signal comes in the form of a leak. Sometimes, though, the leak does not happen right in front of you. Tha
Ensuring proper deck drainage is important for several reasons, even though not everyone considers this, especially with DIY decks. Here are some of the key considerations for making sure that your deck drains away from your building.
If you are wondering whether you should fix a leaking skylight now or later in the fall, the short answer is fix it as soon as possible. There are no good reasons to wait and several good reasons not to wait.
A leaking skylight is a menace, and, unfortunately, sooner or later, most of them leak. When a skylight leaks, several things happen...